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31/5/2006, 03:05 – 05:10
4th other top story: Tax credit overpay 'remains 2bn'
31/5/2006, 05:10 – 05:40
A chequeRight subheadline: Tax credit overpay 'remains 2bn'
More than 2bn of tax credits was overpaid for a second year running, the government is expected to say.
31/5/2006, 05:40 – 10:50
A chequeLeft subheadline: Tax credit overpay 'remains 2bn'
More than 2bn of tax credits was overpaid for a second year running, the government is expected to say.
31/5/2006, 10:50 – 11:30
A chequeLeft subheadline: Tax credit overpay down to 1.8bn
A total of 1.8bn of tax credits was overpaid in the 2004/05 financial year, says the UK Treasury.
31/5/2006, 11:30 – 11:50
A chequeLeft subheadline: More get tax credit overpayments
The number of families being overpaid tax credit rose during 2004-5 but the value of overpayments fell, the Treasury says.
31/5/2006, 11:50 – 12:35
A chequeLeft subheadline: Families overpaid 1.8bn tax credit
Nearly two million families were overpaid tax credits in 2004-5 but the Treasury say the system is being fixed.
31/5/2006, 12:35 – 14:55
A chequeMain headline: Families overpaid 1.8bn tax credit
Nearly two million families were overpaid tax credits in 2004-5 but the Treasury says the system is being fixed.
31/5/2006, 14:55 – 21:30
A chequeLeft subheadline: Families overpaid 1.8bn tax credit
Nearly two million families were overpaid tax credits in 2004-5 but the Treasury says the system is being fixed.
31/5/2006, 21:30 – 1/6/2006, 01:15
A chequeRight subheadline: Families overpaid 1.8bn tax credit
Nearly two million families were overpaid tax credits in 2004-5 but the Treasury says the system is being fixed.
1/6/2006, 01:15 – 03:30
2nd other top story: Tax credits overpaid by 1.8bn